Friday 28 February 2020

Report on Annual Project Exhibition 2020

The Annual Project Exhibition was organized by the Electronics club on 19 February 2020, between 11am to 4pm in the Garden Street of Central Campus. The mission behind conducting this exhibition is to provide a platform for the final year students, to demonstrate and explain their constructed circuit with model, to the visitors of the stall thereby promoting the learning process with hands-on experience.

The exhibition was organized by the B.Sc. final year students, of both PME and CME classes as a part of their VI semester project work under the guidance of the faculty members of the department, from Electronics.
There were a total of 49 working projects on display during the event. The students demonstrated the working of their projects using power point presentation and charts to the visitors. Dr. George Thomas C, Dean of Science and Dr. Paul K T, HOD of Physics and Electronics visited the exhibition and encouraged the students by interacting with the students.
The students from other classes visited the exhibition and interacted with the senior students. This exhibition succeeded in giving an overview of practical applications in various domains with a special attention to some of the problems with social relevance. The event motivated the first and second year students to take up the project work seriously and more enthusiastically.
All the faculty members of department of Physics and Electronics were present during the exhibition and provided guidance to the students for the successful execution of the program.

Wednesday 5 February 2020

Report on Foreign Faculty Guest Lecture by Dr Michael Taylor

The department of Life Sciences had organized a foreign faculty guest lecture by Dr Michael Taylor, Professor, Proton therapy, University of Manchester, UK and the CHRISTIE NHS Foundation Trust on February 3, 2020. The venue was the Room No. 105, Central Block, Central Campus, CHRIST (Deemed to be University). Dr Taylor is currently a STEM Ambassador for covering the Great Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside regions. The welcome address was delivered by Aman Sharma, Secretary of Life Science Association. This was followed by the delivery of the lecture “Radiotherapy for Cancer Treatment; Clinical Viewpoints” by Dr Taylor. The talk mainly focused on radiation detection and measurement in a bid to improve proton beam therapy in health and medicine domains to treat cancer. The vote of thanks was given by Krishna Iyer, 6BCZ. Dr Suma S, Associate Professor, Dept of Life Sciences gave a memento to Prof Taylor as a token of appreciation. The students actively engaged in a query session after the talk.

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